The Power of Positive Thinking

As predicted Saturday night was hugely memorable and momentus occasion. I don’t think any of our guests or neighbours will forget that firework display in a hurry. I am still chuckling to myself at the banter that there was as well as the moves we were all busting moves on the dancefloor under the glitter ball in my lounge! Seriously the keeping fit and doing half an hour of exercise was covered as I danced until 3am! Where did the time go… Well they say times flies when you are having fun. Boy, my legs are still aching. Much needed fun and so grateful to everyone for making such an effort (event he ones that really hate dressing in costumes!)

Sadly though I reckon due to the season of it, the silly stressy side of me and probably the drinking and late night has taken it’s toll as I now have another cold/ chest thing. Instantly worrying that it could be something more I have been putting all my thoughts and actions into getting rid of it quickly. I want to prove that my immunity is strong. I have been practising some EFT today and I really feel it is therapeutic.

I have also been toying with seeing a reiki healer since a friend told us of an amazing story where her aunt had been given a very limited life expectancy only after having healing she was cured. Either way miracle or not I’m keen to give it a try as it really calms phycially and spiritually. The only issue I have is that it is in Essex and the recommendation fo this particular healer suggests one session a day for three days then weekly thereafter. I have put it off but I can’t help think of it at the moment. Logistically it could be difficult but maybe I should tie it in with some Christmas shopping and visiting family..?

I’m totally looking forward to having veggies today.. I’m craving it. Rich in indole 3 carbinol which is essential in boosting the immunity and cleansing.

I am pretty gutted today too as I was going to be going to HD Brows HQ today to ‘shadow’ as a trainer. I really beat myself up about it yesterday but after contacting Nilam Patel she reassured me that I could attend any course as they run weekly and I only have to give her one day notice. I wonder if it’s meant to be as I really do feel like having time at home. I feel really settled and so much love.

I am affirming to myself that by tomorrow this ‘cold’ thing I have will be gone.

In the last couple of days I have been on some forums trying to see what new information I can find and hopefully give my assistance to anyone that may need it. I found this and it really gave me a boost.

10 point plan – Power of Positive Thinking (Just stick with the truth NHS- it’s brilliant)


“Increasingly, expert attitudes have changed concerning the curability of metastatic disease and fewer clinical leaders accept the naïve view that patients with metastatic disease invariably die from it, but rather recognize the divergence of this unnuanced view from clinical reality and join the growing numbers of clinicians – who believe in curing metastatic disease.


We now know, from long-term follow-up studies and along with other accumulated data that:


• many patients will die with their disease, but not from their disease;

• some will not even die with their disease (see below);

• still others are currently long-term survivors whose ultimate fate is unknown, but therefore not assured to be from breast cancer mortality;

• still others who are predominantly stable, or at least what I call controlled-progressive – with some degree of progression (sometimes with other tumors in remediation) that can be significantly regressed upon each progression – are, on the odds, highly likely to benefit from what I call the time value of survival: namely, that outcome odds can be improved with each year of additional survival by virtue of the advance of research and clinical developments.


Gabriel Hortobagyi , one of the principal collectors of the long-term survival repository, has stated as long ago as 2001 (thats right 10 years ago): “I believe that you can cure patients with metastatic breast cancer” and, based on that data, that for metastatic disease patients “we can achieve a complete remission”. He expands on this widely misunderstood phenomenon: “My group has published about patients who have achieved a complete remission with chemotherapy and are in a progression-free complete remission 20 years later — biopsy proven” and that “for instance, I [Dr. Hortobagyi] have a patient who had a lung metastasis resected in 1968, and she never received any additional therapy. She never had a second metastasis — metastatic breast cancer by definition, pathology proven, and she’s alive and well — 32 years of disease-free survival.”


This is only with chemo, not the whole 10 point plan.


Incrediably this is not news to clinicians and researchers who deal extensively with advanced disease. Given this Clinicians should at every chance they get, give increasingly positive feedback and when they speak of advanced disease, in order to avoid the often simplistic, generally unproductive and increasingly counterfactual connotations of somehow “incurable” rather than advanced disease, and consider treating patients with advanced disease with curative intent, not as merely palliative.


As one linguist said, language can lift us, and how we speak can drive how we perceive, and also therefore how we act, so let’s not let language bully us.


And finally we need to remember that the outliers – the group of long-term survivors – of today, will be the norm of tomorrow.”

Stop this roller coaster it’s making me nauseas…

Today started in my normal routine whilst Pete went off organising fireworks. I am apologising to our neighbours inadvance! It’s going to be a spectacle!

I tried as usual to visualise whilst meditating and having my airnergy session but I can’t help feeling low.. What is going on? I woke up with a blocked nose and I guess I am fearing the worst. I am my own worst enemy.

Pete gave me a pep talk and I feel much better now but then amongst all the preparing we are doing Pete gets a call from the old fella we take care of. He is 89 years old and sadly is house bound due to an unusual disease in his legs. Obviously he is unhappy at times and in pain and we try our best to give him everything he needs as well as company and being there for him 24/7, but it seems there is nothing we can do to make him happy. He is spiteful and obnoxious at times and today was one of them. He doesn’t seem to care about anyone but himself and he piles on so much pressure to Pete and I can’t help feeling upset by him. I feel so full of stress and upset at the moment. Just when I think we are getting on an even keel this happens. I wonder if we would ever feel on a constant….

A few hours til I need to get ready for our guests arriving and I know it will be hugely memorable but right now I need to take a chill pill and unplug my head.

Stop this bloody rollercoaster it’s making feel nauseas. Roll on the good times. I’m off to burrow into a bug furry Bear over there! X

Finishing the week on a high…

Finishing the week on a high, I had antother day at home, with a friend visiting ( bagging herself most of my clothes! I should have shares in Karen Millen), followed by a new client (despite me not taking on new clients as a rule, this particular lady was lovely and so persistent I decided to do her brows for her. Another satisified customer) as well as preparing for our friends visiting tomorrow. We have decided to have a Halloween and Fireworks party. It is a small affair but as usual we don’t do things by halves. I spent a couple of hours decorating the place and delegated the cooking out to the guests (all veggie of course).

I have to admit I felt pooped by the time Pete got home when I was carving a pumpkin. I had prepared one for him as he had never done it! Bless him.

But I have been feeling really tired. I feel like I am coming down with another cold.. only its just the nose running bit at this stage. This has put the fear into me. I dread this as I keep thinking well i shold be so healthy.. how can this be happening? I decided a hot bath was the right medication and have been spoaking for a good half hour. I dread getting sick as I really wonder if it is symptoms of the disease. All this week I have been feeling so positive and really thinking I have cracked it but as soon I feel slightly poorly I get so worried! I long not to worry please!


This is the list of all that I am doing to ensure I beat canSer surely I it must be working:


Meditate every day- making a kinder mind and being more thankful

Green juices- all vegetables

Alkaline diet- rich in raw, fresh, organic vegetables. Avoiding acidic foods and drinks such as sugar, meat, dairy and alcohol

Avoid sugar which breeds canSer

High oxygen levels in blood from foods and supplements as well as airnergy machine.

Vitamin d3 -activates the immune system to work against rogue cells. It has the ability to normalise and correct cancer cells. So it boosts the immune system, prevents cancer.

CLA- can block canSer.

Chlorella-prevent cancer through its ability to cleanse the body of toxins and heavy metals. Some web sites describe it as the perfect food, saying that it regulates blood sugar, kills cancer cells, strengthens the immune system, and even “reverses the aging cycle.”

Selenium-potent antioxidant or scavenger of carcinogenic free radicals.

Bromelain- anti-inflammatory and blood thinner

Red clover-antioxidant, blood thinning and lymph cleanser

Astralagus-Supports immune system and protexts body against diseases.

Ashwaganda-anti inflammatory, anti tumour, anti stress, immune enhancing.

Cleavers- lymph tonic, detox immune and tissues.

Chaparral-Antioxidant, ised for respiratory ailments, clears mucus.

Biobran-enhance depleted immune systems

Curcumin- stops the growth of blood vessels in tumours.

Mushrooms-stimulates natural killer cell activity

Omega 3 oil

IP6- boosts natural killer cells.

Coenzyme Q10

N-Acetyl  cysteine- a modified form of the amino acid cysteine, is a powerful antioxidant that helps your body to generate glutathione and prevent cellular damage.

Dipyridamole- helps to keep blood flowing by stopping platelets from clumping together and by keeping heart blood vessels open.

Superfood and wheatgrass and barley grass- highly alkaline, full of chlorophyll which is filled with oxygen.

Apricot kernels-amygdalin, which is also known as vitamin B17. This attacks cancer cells,

Reishi spores and mushrooms- massively immune boosting and improves natural killer cells.

Exercise daily- 30 minutes keeps illnesses at bay and is proven to promote good health.

Acupuncture-works on the immunity and getting everything working at its most efficient.

Reflexology- healing

Yoga- deep breathing and clears mind. Opens me up to the universe to listen to my heart my truest guide and to become more intuitive.

FIR heat- and Hyperthermia- heating cells to above 42.5% disturbs the canSer therefore killing it.

NDV- avian flu kills canSer

P2X7- found in every cell except those which are canSerous. Kills the canSer cells.

Dendritic cell therapy- using my own defence mechanisms to teach and kill the canSer

Positive thinking and visualisation- exercising my mind to extract negative thoughts and habits to believe that I am healing myself.

Baths and essential oils- remove toxins and soothes.

Be happy- try to do things that help myself and enhance my mood. Helping others and making them feel good too.

Affirmations and hypnosis- reinforcing my strengths and the positives.

Love- find the goodness and be thankful – removes hostility and negative thinking. Love comes in abundance and the more I give it the more I receive it and feel it.

Blog/Journal- Writing how I feel and how much I want this to work to help others.

Knowing I have support from everyone I know. I never knew how much love I had.

I am one lucky girl.


Off to bed for us – party animals all the way.. well we are saving ourselves for tomorrow. X

Mini me doing the conga with blue furry canSer cells!

I had a lovely day yesterday. Very simple, I had a day at home doing normal routine stuff and I spent hours updating the website (yet to be added by my techy friend) I have been waiting to update it for a while and yesterday I finally got it done. I love ticking off jobs.

I finished my day with reading again and have been inspired by real life stories of people who have used visualisation as one of their tools to help recover from cancer. It is believed that focussing positive thoughts on those areas and healing actually makes the cells in the brain start to heal. Each and everyone of them did something that resonated with me. One lady used diet and supplements, another had alternative treatments. One coudln’t visualise things but only colours which is up until now just what I have been doing. Since reading their experiences images popped into my head.I immediately imagined a mini me hoovering up the canSer cells inside me and then going down to the trap door in the soles of my feet and letting them go.

In fact my visualisation changes almost every time. One thing I have picked up from the book is that every single person didn’t visualise killing canSer only releasing it either by melting it or once it had been gobbled up they were released into Mother Earth so became something pretty in nature. They all let it go with love.

A few weeks ago when asked by Dr Kate James if I thought canSer was part of me, seeing as I created it, I immediately said ‘no’. I was anxious being asked the question and felt like I had no control over it and hated it, although I respected it. But now reading how others have dealt with it, I feel that I cannot visualise killing it but making it quite humourous and sending it away with love.

I currently see a mini me doing the conga (you can here the music in your heads!) and whilst doing it I grab a little blue furry canSer cell (bit like the British Gas character on the advert), then another and another making a really long chain. The canSer cells also grab their canSer cell friends to join the chain and then we conga right down to the trap door in the soles of my feet where we all have a group furry hug and I send them on their way into the garden to be reborn as wild flowers where bumble bees and butterflies flit around them. smiley-laughing.gif

What’s odd is that all day every time my thoughts head to that idea I start smiling and doing the conga (only very discreetly!)

Another visaulisation is having golden light that acts like water flowing through the trap door in my head and washes every inch of my body. The water coming out of my feet starts off dark and black but becomes clear when I am free of disease and negative thoughts. And one last visualisation is mini me running around bursting canSer cells like balloons and once they burst they turn into love hearts.

It’s bizarre as the thought of any of these makes me feel calm, happy and loving. Having the good intention that life may be enhanced for the canSer cells to being something positive makes me feel happy!

More good stuff is that Pete is starting to feel better and his chest infection is improving. We slept so well last night. I got squeezed all night! Ha ha!

Being home this week with only a few days of having time out for appointments has immediately alleviated my stress. I feel calmer, more organised and really settled.

Today I am a happy kitty again! Do a little victory dance…..(My happy dance is the running man. Visualise that!)